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John de Lang

John de Lang

John’s artistic journey began as a collector, culminating in the creation of award-winning bird carvings that offer people a lingering look at the details that escape the eye in real life. Using Tupelo wood from the Everglades, he shapes the contours, burns the...

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Kevin Francis

Kevin Francis

I have been designing and making functional and whimsical furniture for 20 years. Graduating from both graphic design and cabinetmaking programs I enjoy the design/build process. I use both hand and machine tools in my newest shop on the Muskoka river.Inspired by...

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Live Edge Forest

Live Edge Forest

Live Edge Forest is an award-winning artistic duo who work exclusively with fallen trees and ancient timbers drawn from the depths of the Muskoka lakes. Dan and Candice specialize in crafting live edge river tables and love working with clients to create functional...

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Tom Luke

Tom Luke

Tom Luke grew up spending his summers at his family cottage in Muskoka. His favourite past time was carving decoys and canes/walking sticks. In his 20's he began painting Muskoka scenes of nature and waterfowl on various natural canvases such as tree fungus. The last...

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Brian Markham-Limberlost Woodturning

Brian Markham-Limberlost Woodturning

Brian Markham is inspired by the rugged forests and natural beauty of Muskoka. Brian’s woodturning transforms bark-covered burls into one-of-a-kind live-edge functional art. The character, imperfections, bark inclusions and detailed figuring are all visible in the...

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Dan Kangas

Dan Kangas

Dan Kangas creates large wall mounted driftwood sculptures from his home studio in Horseshoe Valley. Canadian wildlife  with a bit of a twist, nothing new and everything old. Originally from North York, Dan graduated in Industrial Design at Ontario College of Art in...

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